Otherwise known as “workamping,” there are a lot of opportunities to bring in an income while on the road with your small camper.
Be bold, don’t be afraid to be assertive in your search. Theres no shame in asking around. Confidence goes along way when job searching.
Don’t forget why you are traveling in the first place. Don’t let the job dictate your location. Decide where you want to go first, then find a job.
Make multiple sources of income for yourself. You don’t have to put all your eggs in one basket. You can combine a variety
- Teach English Online: Start by getting your TESOL or TEFL certificate online and then you can make up to $60/hr teaching students online with sites like Colingo. I taught high school students in Taiwan online for about a year and had a great experience. You will need to have a strong wi-fi signal and have to have flexible hours due to timezones.
- Seasonal work: There are a lot of seasonal jobs that are great for snowbirds that you can find at sites like coolworks.
- Jobs at RV Parks: RV parks are always in need of help. There is a wide variety of different jobs available. Good job sites to check out: Workcamper, RVParkStore, and WorkForRversAndCampers.
- Everyone knows Camping World. They have jobs all over the country: CampingWorldJobs
- Make Money Online: You can make money online creating blogs or websites, without having any strong technical skills. Be careful, there is a lot of misleading information on the web about easy ways to make money online. Like the rest of the world, if it sounds to good to be true, it probably is. You have to put in your work to make money in this area. A resource I trust and use is SmartPassiveIncome.
- Craft Fairs and Other Events: You can make or buy crafts, food and other items and sell them a craft fairs, festivals and other events. Here is a great article to get you started.